Clark Wilson’s Business Litigation associate Michael Larsen‘s article, “A primer on pre-judgment garnishment in B.C. civil litigation” was recently featured in Law360 Canada (previously The Lawyer’s Daily), which provides news, in-depth analysis of legal developments, and access to historical news and digests from across the country.
Here, Michael provides an overview of what a pre-judgment garnishment is, how it works, and why it’s a useful tool that allows a creditor, as a plaintiff, to “freeze” a defendant’s funds before the outcome of civil litigation is determined. For clients and contacts who are unfamiliar with pre-judgment garnishments and their perks, this article offers a great plain-language overview of what they are and how to use them in litigious matters.
Read the “A primer on pre-judgment garnishment in B.C. civil litigation” piece in full HERE.